Guest Rules

A Guest is any non-member that crosses the threshold of the pool entrance. Access to any area inside the pool area is not permitted unless a Guest pass has been purchased. Even if your guest isn’t swimming in the pool, they are still considered a guest.

Guests must be registered daily and pay a fee of $5.00 per day. A 12 visit pass card can be purchased for $50.00, allowing for two free visits. Guest passes can be purchased using our online membership registration system. You can access the membership registration system by clicking on the “Members” tab, and then selecting “Woodland Swim Club – Members Only” from the menu.

All children under the age of sixteen (16) must pass a deep water test each season.

Children who are not toilet trained or children wearing diapers must wear tight fitting plastic pants.

Pets are not permitted within the confines of Woodland Pool.

Members are responsible for depositing all litter into trash cans and tidying up their area after use. Parents are expected to supervise their children in complying with these practices.

Running, horseplay, pushing people into the pool, swearing, fighting, and other dangerous or disruptive behavior is prohibited.

All members regardless of age are subject to “benching” or other disciplinary measures at the discretion of the lifeguards and/or pool manager.

Glass of any form is not permitted in or near the pool area.

Floatation devices and toys are permitted at the discretion of the lifeguards on duty. No flotation devices are permitted in the deep end except at adult swim. Flotation devices may be prohibited by the lifeguards on crowded days.

All children under eight (8) years of age and any children under thirteen (13) years of age who cannot pass the deep water test must be accompanied by an adult at all times. The pool manager and lifeguards have the authority to require that children not be left unattended at the pool.

In the event of lightning or thunder, the lifeguards will clear the pool. Swimmers will be allowed to return to the water twenty (20) minutes after the last occurrence of thunder or lightning.

The discretion and authority of the lifeguards in maintaining a safe and enjoyable atmosphere is final. Disagreements may be taken up with the pool manager at a later time.